Mont Tremblant, 29 June - Today, the curtain came down on the Ferrari Racing Days event at Mont Tremblant having featured the Ferrari Challenge North America series and sessions on track for owners tackling the XX and F1 Programmes which thrilled the many Ferrari fans who turned up to enjoy the excitement of the Prancing Horse events.
Also adding to the show was Scuderia Ferrari test driver Marc Gené, who was there to help the drivers get the most out of their old F1 cars and also set a new circuit record at the historic Canadian track in 1.12.720, at the wheel of an F2004 owned by Canadian Michael Latifi. As the Spaniard posted the time during untimed runs and not a race, the record is unofficial and beats the 1.16.776 set on 29 June 2007 by Tristan Gommedy in a Panoz DO01 Champ Car.
The next Ferrari Racing Days event takes place over the weekend of September 14 at Silverstone, England. The next time the F1 Clienti and XX Programme participants will be on track will be July 30-31 at Portimao in Portugal.